What’s your power persona?

We all need power to keep our tech going, but how, when, and where we use our devices all depends on our different lifestyles. From on-the-road to chilling at home, portable power stations have become a new essential for staying in charge of work or life under any condition.

Whether you’re exhilarated by off-the-grid adventures or just don’t feel like going to bed at 7 p.m. from sheer boredom when a snowstorm knocks out your electricity, EcoFlow has some of the fastest-charging, portable power solutions on the market — and solar panels for renewable charging. For Black Friday, make a power play and save big on a range of EcoFlow products.

Which of these power personas sounds like you?

You’re an off-the-grid adventure seeker

EcoFlow RIVER Pro

EcoFlow RIVER Pro
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Packing up for an extended vacation or trying to see the 48 states you can drive to? If you’re hitting the road for a week, or a few weeks, the RIVER Pro ($549, normally $649) keeps your devices wilderness-ready. Cut loose and enjoy the freedom of an open-ended journey with a whopping 720Wh of battery capacity and three easy ways to recharge: an AC wall outlet offering a record-breaking 96-minute charge, car charging in eight hours, or solar charging in four to eight hours. The power to stay connected or disconnect is now in your hands.

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You’re a boundary-pushing digital nomad

EcoFlow DELTA mini

EcoFlow DELTA mini
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Out of the office and into the woods? You’ve proven you can still deliver on deadlines or run a business whether you’re in your ergonomic desk chair or out there among the trees. The compact, 23.6-pound DELTA mini ($849, normally $999) is the ultimate prosumer power station delivering 882Wh capacity. Keep your productivity zone humming pretty much anywhere with an entire suite of AC outlets and USB-A and USB-C ports. Back home, it’ll get your abode up and running during a power outage and has a shelf life of a year after it’s fully charged.

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You’re a serious tailgater or festival-goer

EcoFlow 1260Wh DELTA

EcoFlow 1260Wh DELTA
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You’re all about taking outdoor entertaining to the next level. In all seasons, you are the master of plug-and-play, from heading into the desert with your amps to setting up for a tailgate — including a toasty space heater. Heck, you don’t even need tickets to the game, because the 1260Wh DELTA ($1,099, normally $1,399) has enough capacity to run a TV, a microwave, and a mini fridge stacked with cold brews right in the parking lot. Stay in charge of any situation and keep your devices powered (even in scenarios where you may want to dust bust the sand out of your tent).

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You’re a home-owner with everything on a smart sensor

EcoFlow DELTA Max

EcoFlow DELTA Max
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When your weather app forecasts storms with possible blackouts, are you thinking time to stock up on the crackers and canned soup or dinner party and movie night? (By now, you’ve learned doing puzzles is fun, but doing puzzles by candlelight isn’t.) For keeping your smart home running like clockwork, including appliances like fridges and heavy-duty devices using up to 3,400W of power, the DELTA Max unit ($1,899, normally $2,099) packs a 2kWh (kilowatt-hour) capacity. It’s also expandable up to 6kWh with DELTA Max smart extra batteries.

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You’re a sustainably minded cord-cutter

EcoFlow DELTA Bundle

EcoFlow DELTA Bundle
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You’ve got a DIY spirit and embrace the independence of living on your own terms — on and off the grid. The DELTA bundle ($1,649, normally $2,299) provides the ultimate setup for conquering all conditions with two EcoFlow 160W solar panels to speed up charging in cold or cloudy environments (you also have the option to scale down to one solar panel or scale up to three). You can power your home base through inclement weather or head out for a backcountry expedition with all the mod-cons you need.

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Source: Mashable

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